The Hunterdon Central Regional High School Board of Education has scheduled a Board Training Meeting on Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 9:00 AM, in the new cafeteria located on the first floor of the 9/10 building, 84 Route 31, Flemington, NJ. Action will be taken.
Hunterdon Central strives to engage as many students as possible in activities, clubs and organizations. Our comprehensive extracurricular program is designed to provide opportunities for students to explore their interests and enhance their development beyond the standard curriculum of academic courses. Research has indicated a strong relationship between participation in student activities and academic achievement; we therefore offer over 70 activities, developed to appeal to a wide range of student interests.
Our student activities program supports our District vision of "Performance Excellence for Everyone" by providing opportunities and experiences that develop critical thinking, creative problem solving, character, social and specific skills. We encourage all of our students to take advantage of our activities program by participating in the clubs, activities and organizations that reflect their interests, throughout their time at Hunterdon Central.
The Hunterdon Central Regional High School Board of Education is accepting applications from qualified Delaware Township residents who wish to serve as a Delaware Township representative on the Board of Education. The selected individual will fill a vacancy until voters elect a permanent replacement at the next school election. Secretary
Congratulations graduates, and best of luck in all your future endeavors. We'll miss you ... and never forget ... Go Red Devils!
Please continue reading for a letter to the Class of 2019 with a College Planning Summer Timeline, information on how to get started on the Common Application, and a schedule of summer appointments in the College & Career Center.
Congratulations to Grant Bloch, Yeimy Hernandez, Sydney Raslowski, Hannah Schwartz, and James Fastenau - winners of the Safe Coalition Student Contest. The students, pictured with Jerri Collevecchio from the Safe Coalition, were recognized for their work toward making our community safer when dealing with the dangers of drugs and alcohol.